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  • Karl Marx’s Obsession With the Devil

    Karl Marx’s Obsession With the Devil4

    It’s well known that Communism killed 100 million people — but few are aware of the obsession Communism’s founder Karl Marx had with the Devil. Karl Marx (1818–1883) is the economist and social theorist whose enduring footprint on the world is the political system known as Communism. Born in Germany but spending most of his

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  • What These Recent Supreme Court Cases Mean

    What These Recent Supreme Court Cases Mean0

    Whatever the outcome of this November’s election, rulings being handed down by the U.S. Supreme Court serve as regular reminders of the results in 2016. During the previous administration, the entrance of Neil Gorsuch (2017), Brett Kavanaugh (2018), and Amy Coney Barrett (2020) to the highest bench in the land shifted the court’s balance. That

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  • Why the World Needs Fossil Fuels

    Why the World Needs Fossil Fuels0

    It’s summer, and the Sierra Club says: “This is climate change in action. We are living it.” The United Nations’ secretary-general declares that “a fossil fuel phaseout is inevitable.” And The Lancet, a respected medical journal, insists that nations must swiftly transition away from hydrocarbons. These groups call for reducing use of fossil fuels to tackle the climate crisis. But the

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  • Do Teachers Unions Actually Care about Kids?

    Do Teachers Unions Actually Care about Kids?2

    The 1857 formation of teachers unions was intended to elevate the profession of teaching with the ultimate goal of benefiting the students. The basic idea was to professionalize teaching and standardize education for both teachers and students to ensure a good learning experience for all. Unions became a popular means of advocating for various groups

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  • Murder, Divorce, and Rock & Roll: The True History of the 1960s

    Murder, Divorce, and Rock & Roll: The True History of the 1960s7

    When many Americans think of the 1960s, cute hippie girls and great rock music come to mind. What gets left out is the breakdown of American society: Between 1960 and 1970, the violent crime rate more than doubled and divorces skyrocketed. Here are just a few reasons that the 1960s deserve to be remembered as

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  • On Illegal Immigrants Voting in November’s Election

    On Illegal Immigrants Voting in November’s Election3

    Will illegal immigrants be voting in November’s presidential election? The Heritage Foundation’s Election Fraud Database has tallied over 1,500 proven instances of voter fraud, including almost 1,300 criminal convictions and 26 judicial findings on the matter. A sizeable number of these cases involved voting by individuals who are not U.S. citizens. However, the question is

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